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May 19, 2004

Senate Bill 2667: New Requirements for Social Workers

Author:
Senator Don McLeary (D-District 27)

Summary:
This bill has been introduced to conform to the federal CAPTA requirements. Unfortunately, it does not include HSLDA's model language which clarifies the legislative intent of the federal law requiring training in the constitutional protections of the Fourth Amendment. We hope this bill will be amended to use the model language.

Status:

01/22/2004Introduced
02/04/2004Assigned to Senate Judiciary Committee
04/12/2004Passed out of Senate Judiciary Committee by amendment
04/19/2004Passed Senate by amendment
05/05/2004Substitute for companion House Bill
05/05/2004Passed House as amended
05/10/2004Senate concurred in House amendment
05/13/2004Transmitted to Governor for signature

HSLDA's Position:
HSLDA supports this CAPTA legislation.

 Other Resources

Jun-02-2004 — Child Welfare Reform Signed by Governor

Bill Text   (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

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